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The Scout's FPL Gameweek 35 Differentials

By The Scout 1 May 2023

See the four low-owned players who are being backed for a breakout Gameweek

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The Scout is backing four low-owned players for a breakout Gameweek in Fantasy Premier League.

Joelinton (NEW) £6.0m

A home encounter with Arsenal gives Joelinton the chance to continue his excellent run of form in Fantasy Premier League.

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Newcastle United’s Brazilian has proven a major influence on their attack recently, scoring four goals and supplying two assists in his last six appearances.

He entertains an Arsenal side who have struggled in defence on the road lately, conceding eight goals in their last three away matches.

Owned by just over two per cent of managers, Joelinton can maintain his strong form this weekend.

James Ward-Prowse (SOU) £6.1m

The Southampton playmaker’s set-pieces can be a major weapon against relegation rivals Nottingham Forest.

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Owned in only five per cent of squads, Ward-Prowse has scored all five of his goals this season from dead-ball situations.

Forest, meanwhile, have struggled to defend free-kicks and corners in their recent matches.

They have conceded 33 shots from set-pieces and 17 headed shots in the last four Gameweeks, with both totals putting them among the bottom two sides in that run. 

Harry Wilson (FUL) £5.7m

The Welshman has been a key player for Fulham since his recent return from injury.

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Wilson has scored against Everton and Leeds United in the last four Gameweeks, also supplying an assist against Manchester City

He has earned 24 points in that period, more than any team-mate.

Owned by just 0.1 per cent of Fantasy managers, Wilson can extend his run of returns against a Leicester City side who have struggled in defence on their travels.

Indeed, the Foxes visit Craven Cottage on Monday without a clean sheet in their last nine away matches. 

Danny Welbeck (BHA) £6.5m

A home encounter with Everton gives the Brighton & Hove Albion forward a chance to maintain his improving run of form.

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Selected by just 1.4 per cent of FPL managers, Welbeck has scored four of his six goals this season, and also supplied an assist, in his last seven outings.

He has collected 32 points across that run, including his season-high haul of 15 points against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the first match of the Seagulls’ Double Gameweek 34.

Everton, meanwhile, have struggled in defence in away matches since Sean Dyche took charge. 

They have conceded 14 goals in their seven road trips under Dyche.

Also in this series

Part 1: The Scout's FPL GW35 Ones to watch
Part 3: Scout Selection: Best FPL team for Gameweek 35
Part 4: Why Alvarez is worth the risk for final Gameweeks in FPL

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